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"Going to" vs. "going to go to"
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Fisrt Question: I believe both have the exact same meaning. However, although sentence 2 is also correct, it sounds redundant, once "going to" expresses both the future and the action of going. ...

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"Going to" vs. "going to go to"
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In the first sentence, you specify a future time (next week) for "going to Rome". In the second, using "going to" you mean it is a future action, however not specified when.

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